On that earlier thread that kinda got nasty, several people chimed in to bash the GM TBI set-up. Just curious what would have brought you guys to that conclusion. I could have chosen any motor configuration I wanted but settled on the TBI because it was simpler, easy to diagnose and fix in the field, and maybe a little less delicate than the later MPI set-ups. I thought it was actually an elegant compromise between the simplicity of the carb and the "let the computer figure it out" drivability of full-blown MPI. So you TBI-haters, why the disdain?